|[AMRadio] 1930's Old Buzzard Open Rack Transmitter Finally Sees
ka1kaq at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 15:35:04 EST 2006
FB on the open rack adventure, Larry - and congrats.
I listened in a bit on Sunday and heard many stations calling you on
40. Couldn't hear you at my place though, too close I guess. Except
for one brief moment when I heard you responding or calling someone,
loud and clear, then silence. 2 and 3-Landers galore, with some weaker
4s and others.
Along the lines of open rack rigs: remember the one in the upstairs
museum room that you and Bruce looked at? Was looking it over last
week and best I can tell, it has no modulator! Strictly a CW only rig
for 40/80. And it doesn't look like there's room to add one. Maybe
Sounded as though you had a good time in the corntest. It's nice to
hear actual information conveyed instead of the more typical "you're
59, please repeat..." crap. Nice signals, too.
73, Todd/'Boomer' KA1KAQ
On 2/21/06, ne1s <ne1s at neandertech.com> wrote:
> Some of you may remember that a few weeks ago I posted a question regarding
> optimizing the layout for a push-pull triode HF final deck, given that the
> deck in question was already partially built (by someone else). This was a
> component of a larger project involving completion/restoration of a 1930's
> vintage homebrew open-relay rack AM transmitter I had initially acquired
> some 15-20 years ago, and has been sitting patiently in my cellar shack
> since this time waiting for me to ge a round tuit.
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